Vintage sailing ship, year of construction 1932, in excellent condition with interior made of precious material. A brief historical reference: 'La Vagabunda' is a historic boat, whose launch took place in Holland in 1932 at the dutch shipyard Schouten B.V. Scheepswerf of Ymuinden, and was commissioned to the shipyard by the Parisian Marquis Du Bourg De Borzas, construction number 361, it was classified as a motorsailer since that time and powered by two Renault diesels. Later it belonged for a long time to the Prince Ludovico Spada Potenziani, sailing mainly the waters of the Tuscan archipelago and based in Porto Santo Stefano, in the Argentario. Then in the 1960s passed to the Comandante Montanari family of Taranto, until it was bought in Antibes by the current owners. After a long restoration that lasted three years from 1990-1993 in Cantieri Riviera di Sanremo, where it was completely restored and modernized, including the replacement of the old engines. Since 2002 'La Vagabunda' organizes charter cruises in the Mediterranean, from the summer of 2010 has moved to the Adriatic for major events such as the prestigious Venice Film Festival and the renowned Barcolana, which takes place every year in Trieste.
Raymarine evolution automatic pilot - evolution EV-1 sensor, desalter, ACU-300 actuator control power unit, Rudder unit, IMA 2343 JRC radar, M7C Navstation Plotter with P58 stern transducer.
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